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Both Mercury and singer Kelly Clarkson are often overlooked, and yet are always there. Both of these icons come first, Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and Clarkson is the first winner of the singing competition, American Idol. But sadly, we often forget about them until they sort of show up again.
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In September, 2017, our world was visited by a beautiful, elongated object that didn't fit into anything we had seen before. Oumuamua was the first recorded interstellar object to cruise through our Solar System and has fascinated scientists ever since with its odd shape and mesmerizing qualities.
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Oumuamua is sort of like the Naomi Campbell of interstellar objects, beautiful, mysterious and a little cold. The pair have inexplicable physical traits that leave people dumbfounded, Oumuamua's elongated, cigar-like shape and Campbell's long legs, and they both seemingly come from a different world of their own.
The Sun is hot — but mysterious — just like English actor Tom Hardy. Hardy has been on the scene for years, and starred in major features like Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, and Mad Max. But how much do we really know about him, and have we even seen his full face in a movie? Yet, we can't look away.